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to support the women and men who are trying to move afghanistan forward. we will certainly, the three of us, be deeply involved in making that case. but we need a virtual army now that the real army is leaving, we need a virtual army to help us make the case and to build that awareness here in the united states and around the world. [ applause ] >> well, thank you to you both, mrs. bush, secretary clinton. thank you for all you've done. thank you for all you will surely continue to do. thank you for being an extraordinary bipartisan face on an issue that has no partisanship. >> we're live on capitol hill for the hearing on development of virtual currencies. what current and potential uses will be. we'll hear how national security issues could be affected by those currencies. at this hearing held by the senate banking committee. we see the chairman of the committee, senator jeff merkel from oregon seated there. i want to read the story about another hearing yesterday said virtual currency bitcoin took a big step towards mainstream as federal authorities signaled their willingness to accept i
-3881. independence and all others, (202) 585-5883. send us a tweet at @cspanwj. .-mail us, journal@c-span.org let me begin with a poll taken energy and- the environment trade-offs. from an april 10 poll, americans are still divided on this energy environment trade-off. americans divide evenly when asked whether the u.s. should prioritize energy production, or environmental protection, 45%, when goals conflict. from 2000 one to 2008, americans came down on the side of the environment. since 2009, they have been divided or showed a preference for energy production. aside from a shift for the environment in the late of the gulf of mexico oil spill in april 2010. have your energy habits changed over the years, what do you think about this? we want to hear from you this morning. more polls. is it possible to reduce the effects of global warming? there may be disagreement over whether global warming exist, most, 74% of those who say there of risingvidence temperatures on earth believe it is possible to reduce the effects. just 23% say it is not possible. when asked if mayors are -- if be neededifices will
insult to injury, the white house -- the president -- is not leveling with us. he's trying to claim -- cover his tracks, claiming he never really made these promises. no wonder a member of his own party called this a crisis of confidence. if the president is truly sorry about this, he will take steps to right this wrong. that is why i have offered to -- a bill to delay this law's individual mandate impacts. after all, how can you tax people for not buying a product from a website that does not work? in addition, next week the house will take up the keep your health care act, which will individual today in them market can continue to exist. no one wants to go to their inbox or mailbox and find out a plan they want is not going to continue. we look it asking questions and holding hearings because we will get to the bottom of this. the problem is not just the website. it's the whole law. let's stop this train wreck now and give the mayor and people the fairness and peace of mind that they deserve. thank you for listening. k's monday -- >> monday as president -- is veterans day. preside
using the same precedent our democratic friends want to set. so they want to have it both ways. but this sort of gerrymandered vision of the nuclear option is really just wishful thinking. as the ranking member of the judiciary committee, senator grassley, pointed out yesterday. the majority leader changes the rules for some judicial nominees, he is effectively changing them for all judicial nominees, including the supreme court, as senator grassley pointed out just yesterday. so look, i realize this sort of wishful thinking might appeal to the uninitiated newcomers in the democratic conference who served exactly zero days in the minority, but the rest of you guys in the conference should know better. those of you who have been in the minority before should know better. let's remember how we got here. let's remember that it was senate democrats who pioneered, who literally pioneered the practice of filibustering circuit court nominees and who have been its biggest proponents in the very recent past. after president bush was elected, they even held a retreat in which they discus
to dallas. they're telling us that we're on time, which is great. the roads are a little slick so we wanted to get extra time to get through security. >> reporter: were you expecting to be able to leave on time? >> i was not expecting to leave on time. in fact i was thinking i'd be lucky if i got out tonight. >> reporter: it looks like everything is going to be fine for you. >> looking good so far. fingers crossed. >> reporter: lucky you, right? >> so far. >> reporter: so far most of the travelers are like maura. we just spoke with one person who had an hour delay. coming into la guardia is a much different story, an hour delay coming in. in philly it's about a two-hour delay coming in but the outbound flights are looking pretty decent. now let's head to tom costello who's in pittsburgh. tom? >> reporter: katy, thank you. here in pittsburgh we've got somewhere in the neighborhood of an inch or 2 on the ground here in terms of snow. we had some freezing rain and also some sleet over the course of the past 24 hours, but at the moment most of that has subsided now. it is, however, very cold. p
many of us a bit hyper, and that's not necessarily a bad thing. getting the heart pumping helps us get energized and puts us on our toes. but as scott reports, if tests make you far more than just a bit hyper, that can be a bad thing. >> before a big test, i feel nervous and anxious. >> before, really nervous. after, extremely nervous if i failed or not. >> i get really nervous, and i feel like i'm gonna fail. >> they're describing what experts call test anxiety. it's a serious issue for many students. to understand it and to deal with it, we're turning to an expert, psychologist dr. dena rabinowitz. hi. >> hi. how are you? >> i'm good, thank you. first of all, what is test anxiety? >> test anxiety is when a student gets very nervous or fearful either before or during a test, and it interferes with their ability to perform the way they would otherwise. >> does that mean we actually don't get the highest scores we could get because of test anxiety? >> it does. test anxiety interferes in many different ways. when you're anxious, you can't concentrate and focus, and so it creates problems
the taliban. this man was the most wanted in pakistan. today a u.s. drone strike killed him. more on the operation and why the c.i.a. was eager to launch this one. putting the pieces in place for high speed rail. california is moving forward with a project that will create jobs and connect los angeles and san francisco. how do you convince kids to stay in class? in alaska a school district is trying what some call bribery. we'll take a closer look. clues clues [ ♪ music ] >> across the united states over the past 24 hours there has been deadly shootings in new york, rowley north carolina, houston texas, hollywood california to name a few. when there's a shooting in a place with a lot of people and major security it will get a lot of attention. that was the case at los angeles international airport. a tsa agent was killed when a shooter opened fire at term nal 3, and ran towards a gate before being subdued. brian rooney is at lax and has the latest. >> the airport is reopening to a traffic jam. nothing took off or landed all day long at lax. 700 flights were affected. in the la
's the most popular excuse you use? we've got the answer straight ahead. i didn't have my coffee this morning, that's why i stumbled through that that's my excuse. "fox & friends" begins right now. >> good morning, this is gavini. you are watching my "fox & friends," baby. >> my favorite hairstylist she did mine this morning. >> gorge. our makeup staff and hair staff are a ray of sunshine. >> we stumble in blurried eyed. >> speaking of everybody being blurried eyed. i could hear our crew out in the hallway. they said today is going to be a great day. >> the other guy said why is that? >> because there is expresso and all kinds of alcoholic thanksgiving drinks that are going to be passed around later. >> that's what we need on had this show. >> splurge segment. >> national expresso day. so tucker, anna and myself are going to try to be actual baristas this morning. >> i can barely sit still. the latest on the deback test called obamacare. >> we have a couple of delays to get through this morning. first delay up this year is to pick a plan you now have an extra 8 days this year. that's a good c
us as well. we're going to do this a little different because it's a joint subcommittee hearing i will chair the first panel and the senator will chair the second. the uses of virtual currencies have proliferated in recent years. my hope for this hearing is to educate the senate members and others and start the education of the public about virtual currencies, including the potential and drawbacks. i also hope to explore how regulators are keeping up with this technological innovation to protect consumers. i've got a full statement here but i actually have to acknowledge that i've been following this development of bit coins for the last two months. i would think i'm only starting to wrap my head around the potential upside, downside, regulatory issues, monetary policy issues, taxation issues, consumer protection issues that this innovation represents. rather than going through my whole thing, i'll point out to the witnesses that back in 1982 i had the opportunity to get engaged in a new industry at that point that was on the cutting edge of an industry called cyber telephones. al
>>> hello. i'm gregg jarrett. glad you're with us. well woman to a brand-new hour inside america's news headquarters. >> i'm arthel neville. topping the news this hour, the moment of truth for obamacare and the white house's deadline to get the problem-plagued web site up and running for most users. so is it ready for prime time? a live report moments away. >>> we have seen those black friday lines outside the big box stores. but today small businesses are hoping to get in on some of the action. we'll explain. ♪ ♪ >> plus, a young dj hitting a positive note after a very tough struggle. we'll be sharing his story. >>> as you likely know, deadline day is here for obamacare after a disastrous rollout that frustrated millions of americans. the administration today saying that healthcare.gov should be up and running for, quote, the vast majority of users. whatever that means. molly henneberg is live in washington with more on that. molly? >> reporter: hi, gregg. we don't have any numeric data yet on the relaunch of the web site. meaning how many people have tried to log on and how
how the world can expect to see or damaging asteroids hit earth. >>> then president obama uses it the pope uses it. you can own a piece of it, for a price. twitter goes public. >>> you're watching "around the world." i'm suzanne malveaux. michael holmes is off this week. talking about the strongest storm anywhere in the world this year. it's called typhoon high juhaiy equivalent to the category 5 hurricane, on measurement scale, by comparison hurricane katrina category 3 but killed 1700 people. superstorm sandy killed more than 150. thousands of people including a lot of tourists are evacuating ahead of typhoon haiyan. want to bring in chad meyers joining us from the cnn weather center. >> this is one of the top 12, the top dozen, of all storms ever seen on this planet. with the satellite or in person. that's how big this is. it is not as deep as gilbert and wilma in the atlantic, but the wind speeds are higher than those storms because of the eye is so small. this is just the most incredible picture i can show you. this eye, right there just -- it reminds me of andrew, slammin
for the mexican authorities to turn over the suspect and the child over to u.s. border agents at the lukeville, arizona border crossing. >> reporter: sunnyvale authorities are trying to learn how guler got into mexico through arizona undetected by u.s. border patrol agents. >> the u.s. border patrol was notified of the amber alert and it was placed into the computer system as wanted. that's something we'll have to figure out in our investigation. >> reporter: it was only after guler ran into a second check point deeper into mexico that mexican authorities learned he was wanted. >> based on the interview they had with him, they contacted the u.s. border patrol at the lukeville substation, provided his name to those authorities and discovered that he had a $1 million arrest warrant. translator: i'm really happy and really thankful for the police and the people that helped me to find my baby. >> reporter: the mother is waiting to find out when her young son will be returned home. sunnyvale authorities are also waiting to find out when their suspect will be extradited to the bay area. live in
from surgery in a san francisco burn center. laura anthony joins us live. laura? >> reporter: this is a case, he was barely visible and after the hearing his mother did speak with us she said her son is very remorseful, that he didn't realize someone could be hurt so badly. the d.a.has a very different take on it. >> i'm sorry for what happened. >> as they left the courtroom, the family of richard thomas says thomas is not a hateful person despite what charges against him might indicate. >> reporter: what kind of boy is he? >> he's a good kid very good kid. >> he was joking around. >> reporter: a junior in high school, he is charged with felony assault and mayhem. police say he lit the passenger on fire, while fleeshman was asleep on the bus monday afternoon. fleeshman wearing a skirt the victims' parents say the 18-year-old doesn't identify as male or feel yale. the district attorney released a statement quote, richard thomas violence and senseless conduct resulted in severe trauk injuries to a young, innocent victim. in the criminal complaint the officer said, quote, dur
by this typhoon, cnn's paula hancock has that part of the story for us this morning. good morning, paula. >> reporter: tell hello, kate, u.s. marines came and they said they are coming with a tremendous amount of hardware. they will be coming in with c-1230s, four of them with helicopters, with truck, with fork lifts, everything you need to get the supplies into this airport and try to clear bottleneck and get it to those who desperately need it. what crucial thing is they will be making this a 24 hour-hour operation d. marines will be lighting the runway and putting in radar. so basically, the operation could continue through the night. whereas at the moment the helicopters stop when it gets dark, so this is very good news for those who are still desperately waiting for food and water. chris, back to you. >> thank you very much for the reporting from the ground. we will continue with what made it the big storm. the anatomy of the storm. what made it powerful and different? >> we are talking winds 195 miles per hour. if you were talking about tornado, we're talking about an ef-5 about 14
that the development of natural gas in america has put us on a course to have a manufacture regular birth and renaissance here in the united states. it is straight, consistent with my philosophy that we need to build it here and sell it there. this amendment will quantify on the federal level the economic benefits associated with the development of this resource, not only from the direct jobs of producing the resource but the indirect and secondary jobs in the united states manufacturing sector as well as all the other jobs that would support the development of this resource that we have been blessed with here in america. i yield to the chairman of the natural resources committee. mr. hastings: i thank the gentleman for yielding. i think this amendment will probably no doubt prove what we have been saying, that producing american energy will produce american jobs. i think the gentleman's amendment adds to this legislation and i am willing to accept that and i'll yield back to the gentleman. the chair: the -- mr. reed: i thank the gentleman for that acceptance of the amendment. at this poi
the agency's recognition of palestine. u.s. law compels the automatic withholding of funds from you and agencies that accept palestine as a member, which unesco did in 2011. unesco protects sites with cultural significance and promotes issues ranging from press freedom to girls education. u.s. contributions, which accounted for nearly a quarter of the agency's overall budget, the forced it to slash number of programs. the heads of britain's three spy agencies faced questions before the british parliament or state about surveillance practices revealed by edward snowden, including collaboration with the u.s. national security agency. of mi6, sawyers, head claimed snowden's leaks have caused damage. havee leaks from snowden been very damaging. they have put our operations at risk. it is clear our adversaries are rubbing their hands with glee. al qaeda is laughing it up. >> brazil and germany introduced a united nations resolution to curb unfettered electronic surveillance. according to snowden's links, both countries have been targeted by u.s. spying, including surveillance of their le
the u.s. he is now being transferred to u.s. authorities. >>> san francisco boaters gave 8 washington a resounding no. opponents of the warriors arena project down the street are hoping to use that to their advantage. phil matier is on the waterfront. >> reporter: you know, it's a big question about views, who gets them, who uses them. this view of the waterfront, this is how it looks now. the question is and the debate, is how is it going to look in the future? >> we do not want height limits busted through. we do not want bulk limits broken. we do not want this space used for people only with the biggest bank accounts. >> reporter: new battle lines were drawn today for san francisco's war on the waterfront as high-rise opponents fresh from the victory to stop the towering condos planned at 8 washington turned their sights on the next big target: the proposed golden state warriors waterfront arena. >> we're not nimbys. we're nim-bays. not in my bay. >> reporter: it was much the same argument used in tuesday's defeat of the multi-million dollar condos plan for 8 washington. >> i call
or the other of us has been contacted about dealing with something when the other of us was with already running a parallel investigation to that kind of activity which provided absolutely critical information to resolving that particular case. the other thing to keep in mind for the american people is these investigations are really hard because of the difficulty in getting asterisks about who finish attribution about who's actually doing it. but with dedicated investigators, we have brought town a number of these bad actors. >> can i just add a word, senator? i've worked a lot of different kinds of investigations in my career, career, and when you're doing a la cosa nostra investigation, you can deconflict by calling up each other or setting up a meeting for next wednesday. when the threat is moving as a foe on the does on the internet, there's no time to make that phone call. so the genius of this is the fbi and dhs person are sitting next to each other, they can respond in the way that's needed. >> okay, thank you. >> senator johnson. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i want to welcome eve
. a large and deadly storm system is moving across the u.s., how it could snarl holiday travel plans. and it's the whitest major city in america and one photographer is putting the spotlight on minorities living there. ♪ good morning and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie sy, a gridlock between the u.s. and iran is broken but officials say the difficult part is still to come and they are reacting to a milestone and a deal in geneva that eliminates the nuclear program and paves the way for further steps. >> translator: it has been written clearly in the text of this agreement that iran will continue its enrichment and therefore i announce to the people of iran that enrichment will continue in the same way as before. >> reporter: praise for rihani as they celebrate on the streets and the foreign minister is ambassador for peace on his return from geneva. in the u.s. there is skepticism and shows iran that the white house is weak. >> i think you are going to see on capitol hill again a by partisan effort to try to make sure this is not the final agreement because people know this
's most wanted man was killed by a u.s. drone. >> when you're hungry, it's hard to learn if you don't have everything you need. >> a lesson from seattle - how students' test scores are rising despite poverty. >> day of the dead - paying homage to the past and preserving a legacy for the future. >>> hello, welcome to al jazeera. i'm morgan radford, live from new york. >> parts of los angeles international airport are still closed nearly 24 hours after a deadly shooting rampage. police are trying to figure out why 23-year-old suspect paul ciancia whipped out an assault rifle, killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. >> investigators are following leads suggesting that paul ciancia had antigovernment sentiment and was targetting the tsa. brian rooney has more. >> cell phone video obtained by tmz caught the moment when panicked travellers at los angeles international airport ran for the door away from the gunm gunman. >> police identified the gunman as paul ciancia, and he pulled an assault rifle out of the bag and targeted employees of the transport security administration. >> fired 2
actually have measurements but use the deborax scale and looking at the storm and organization level and you have a very clearcut eye and a circular eye and means it's not going under any sort of reorganization. it's a symmetrical storm and it maxs out the scale they use to estimate storms based on organization and this is the most intense storm that we possibly ever have seen at landfall. the old record was kamil, 190 miles per hour and that was on the gulf coast in 1969, but this storm i have to go back because there was recognizant in the measurement and piece together after the fact what weather data was able to survive as the storm came in and see if this does set a record for the strongest landfall. over the next couple days headed toward vietnam and it will make another impact there, still looking like it will be hurricane strength at that time and back to you. >> and al jazeera and craig is live from hong kong, who is being most effected by this monster storm? >> well, the storm as we just heard tracked across, made landfall on the east coast and flat ended two islands there
for us? is the russian foreign minister about to join these talks? >> it's been a really interesting day on that front. the foreign minister said that they would not be coming here, and we even reached out to the foreign minister. they said no, we have no plans to come. not an hour later they said nope, we are coming. so some last-minute plans, and this really kicks things up a notch. this was a summit at this point. every leading diplomatic dignitary will be here. and we're hearing that the chinese will be ratcheting things up possibly sending the deputy foreign minister. kerry himself, secretary of state kerry himself was not scheduled to come. his decision to come was a last-minute one, but it does indicate that the international community does take this meeting quite seriously, and they're sending all of their guns to finally hash out some sort of deal. >> it's about the deal at the end of the day but i'm curious how would russian involvement, and potentially chinese involvement change the course of these negotiations? >> well to begin with, it's the individuals coming here. but the
. this morning in "the washington post" -- in this piece, -- joining us on the phone is tim molloy. thank you for being with us. let me begin with one of the headlines of this survey, "bad news for the president, the lowest approval rating since he took office in january 2009." what does the numbers show? it is the first visit to the sub 40 region. he had only slight disapproval numbers six weeks ago. this is a big drop. that?how significant is this has precipitated itself over a brief. ang -- over a brief period of time. everybody was talking about the rollout failing and whether you can keep your health care. through 11.ember 6 the question is can he undo the tailspin? to thatt me go back promise, because it was one that was very easy for the american people to understand. ifmany occasions he said, you like your health care you can keep it. we did not hold that specific question. clear clearly the last -- -- he has clearly, in the last week, backtracked on that. host: let me drill down some of the numbers and share what 46% think found -- the president knowingly deceived them on that promis
about is because of the growth in health-care costs that has affected all of us. that is one of the biggest anti- poverty programs we have, health care for the poor, especially poor children. we have two programs that loom large in the numbers here. one is dedicated, which goes to low income elderly, in nursing homes, and mothers and their .hildren that are poor another program for children that is for low income children. i do not think anyone in the country wants to deny health care to the poor. you have to be careful when you talk about this data about exactly what you are talking about and what is going on here. i think that we have a much stingier safety net in the united states than any other advanced country that you could look at, and i think we are an affluent society, and although we could do a better job and you do like self-sufficiency, and i am in favor of moving people toward self-sufficiency, there are a lot of people who because of the job market, because they did not get a good education, or because they have various disabilities, need some help. i would disa
presidential library back in april. >> thanks for coming on. to help us dissect all things obama care, we're joined by megan mccartel. how are you? >> i'm fine, thanks. >> we'll get to elections but a lot of talk about navigators and new york times reporting some states like kentucky, they've been very helpful. luke russert reporting on republicans though trying to use this sort of grass roots outreach as a potential pit fall. how important is it to have something offline to help people in states learn about what they can do under this law? >> well, i think right now it's very important. if the website isn't performing as we expected, it probably wouldn't be as important. you would still want that, especially for seniors who aren't always the tech savviest people. the issue is that the republicans are pretty fair on is that not all of the navigators seem to have been trained as much as you might like. the new york times article had a kentucky navigator telling a woman who is reluctant to sign up for medicaid, you could just sign up and use it for catastrophic expenses and pay your doctors
to are we keeping our community safe? the numbers as they are right now don't give us information to make that assessment. we need real data, so if we're going to do a year after year comparison, we need to use the same criteria. >> reporter: we asked if it's accurate to compare 2012 and 2013 numbers. police said the comparison will not be completely accurate until the end of next year when they can reflect on two years using the same standard. also important to note the department claimed gang related murders were down 40%, even though total homicides up creased over that same time period. >>> now to a developing story in asia. millions of people are getting slammed with a super typhoon in the philippines. it had winds up to 150 miles per hour, and about 1 million people are taking cover. at least one death so far has been reported. and weather experts this typhoon to be the most powerful on record. for more, we go to jeff ranieri, who has been taking a good look at the effects of the typhoon. >> we're tracking this dangerous storm system, which has had multiple landfalls and still is no
that served us so well over the laes decade. >> mcauliffe became the commonwealth's 77th governor, he's the first elected governor in that state to share the same party as a sitting president in more than a generation. in deat a time tea party republican kenneth cuccinelli the state's attorney general said his razor-thin loss was a victory against president obama's affordable care act. >> tonight you sent a message to the president of the united states that you believe that virginia understands that obamacare is a failure. >> no thin margin of victory in new jersey's race for governor. incumbent republican chris christie easily cruised to victory again state senator bash ro buono. his crushing victory is widely seen as the first step of a probable presidential run in 2016. in his left-leaning state he did well with women, hispanics, african-americans and young voters, groups republicans struggle to attract. >> make no mistake. the people of this city have chosen a progressive path. >> in neighboring new york city, another landslide. this time in the form of bill de blasio who will be
you should be able to keep it. the president should heed his own advice and work with us, the congress, as founders intended not around the legislative process. >> reporter: now democrats who are against this bill and the white house say it would fundamentally hurt the federal healthcare law, and the plans that fred upton would like to see offered in 2014 that don't mean the obama requirements are not good for americans. they might not have maternity care. they may not hold the same rate of pre-existing conditions. >> this is not the, not by a long shot, for this bill. >> reporter: well, it is and is isn't. the democratic leaders in the senate have no interest in putting forth a bill that would cut away at the healthcare law. they want to make fixes to the healthcare law. the white house has said that it would veto any bill of this sort. this is how white house spokesman jay carney responded today. >> i will work with congress so that congress can do what it can do legislatively in a good-faith effort to address problems, to improve implementation of the affordable healthcare act. what
the destruction over the last 18 hours appears to be done. >> thank goodness for that. thanks, bill. >>> the u.s. aincreasing its humanitarian aid to the philippines donating $10 million for a total of 37 million so far. newly released video shows the power as it it the coast. 3600 people were killed but survivors are getting help. >> it's still as crowded inside as it was the other day. a long line of patients. but a far cry from what we saw the last time. >> ow. you have your antibiotics. >> reporter: even a solar powered refrigerator for medications. >> they're trying to build new shelters. >>> i presumes date to fix health k healthcare.gor. erin allbright takes over and nancy pelosi says it's not going to affect the midterm elections. >> they stand tall and in support of the obama care act. this is an issue that has to be dealt with. it's not a political issue that we'll run away from. it's too valuable for the american people. what is important about is it that is the american people are well served. >> 39 democrats broke ranks and voted friday for a republican plan to allow people to keep
this church, were quickly overwhelmed. the recovery effort is just beginning. the u.s. military is bringing in generators, as well as food and water. >> reporter: here in los angeles, a group called team rubicon, made up of mostly military veterans has just sent a crew of 15 to help in the relief effort. this is their operations center, where they have also been mapping out the damage in the philippines, to determine to go. >> we'll likely work ourselves out into the rural area. >> reporter: jake wood is leading team rubicon's efforts. >> they'll begin doing search and rescue efforts, as well as local triage. >> reporter: the group is already planning to send in a second team to deal with the overwhelming devastation. teresa garcia, wjz eyewitness news. >> you can help the victims of the philippines typhoon. catholic relief services is taking your donations now. call them at 1-877--help-crs. or go to their website, www.crs.org. >>> here in maryland, we are getting ready for our first taste of real winter-like weather. a bitter blast of arctic air, along with a chance of snow showers. just o
used to be considered somewhat routine. we say you cannot cap the coverage in a health insurance policy because life is unpredictable and our medical future is unpredictable. that's one of the provisions that has to be built into the policy. we also say you can't discriminate against people in selling health insurance because they happen to be women. and there was rank discrimination against women in america when it came to the issuance of health insurance before this new law. we go on to say 80% of the premiums you collect have to be paid into medical services, not taken out in profit and marketing. we also say that if you have a health insurance policy, your son or daughter can stay under it until they reach the age of 26. that's important to every family with a graduating college student or someone looking for a job in a household. they may not find a job or if they do, it may not have benefits. don't you want the peace of mind as a parent to know up to age 26 you can keep them on the family policy? i've given you five things that are part of so-called obamacare, five things that hav
legislation. mike mccara joins us now from the white house, mike, what is the president proposing? is he about to change the law. >> well, he is going to make an alteration to it, and it is about the second time he has done that. republicans say he can't do it, but they are going to do it anyway, and this is in the face of a lot of opposition, and tony, it isn't just from republicans any more, more democrats are getting nervous, they are jumping ship. so the president appears in the briefing room, it is a full mea culpa. how many times did he use the phrase "this is on me." plus his broken promise, if you like your insurance, you can keep it, and that was the thrust of the proposal we put forward today. what he is tilling the accomplishers around the skunks and those folks some fow million of them have been flown off their policy because those policies didn't conform with the standards. they were substandard according to the affordable care act, well, they can again offer those policies. here is the president explaining the move today. >> today we will extend that principle both to people whos
and how that would apply in a national security setting. and there are not only the rights of u.s. persons communicating with other u.s. persons, which has been the primary focus in the statue so far, but there are also constitutional issues raised when a u.s. person is communicating with a non-us person. half of that medication is constitutionally protected, -- of that communication is constitutionally protected, but has not received that kind of attention at all. there are many issues at play. >> thank you very much to all of the witnesses. >> thanks to the witnesses on this panel and to all of the witnesses on the board that made this possible. you can see the comments related , a transcript will be posted at our website. i moved that the meeting be adjourned. all in favor say aye. it was unanimous. the meeting is adjourned at 4:20 p.m. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] him >>. like to talk about is the need for compliance you mentioned in your testimony that the complexity that we face with these fires is gr
. thank you for stating your day with us. we always appreciate it. enrollment numbers are out and we know how many people signed up for obamacare. >> it is way worse than anticipated. 26,794 have signed up in the federal exchanges and 79,391 enrolled in state exchanges. that brings the whopping total of enrollees to 106,185. >> and number falling way short of the administration's goal. elizabeth prann is live for us in washington with what is up next. li elizabeth, what are they going to do. >> you talked about that goal. federal officials wanted 7 million to buy health insurance. they got less than two percent of that included in the overall figure of more than 106,000 people on the exchanges. that doesn clue buyers who selected a plan but haven't yet paid yet. delaware north dakota and alaska they signed up less than 100 people in each state. after a house oversight committee hearing we have heard from darrel issa he reflected on the rollout. >> this is one of the greatest management breakdowns one could find. we had in front of us the chief information acted technology people working f
, and that is govern in his last two years like he was able to in the first two years without us being in check and balance. if we're out of the way, he'll never have an oversight hearing on the irs or benghazi or all of the issues that people are rightfully concerned about. it will be bar the doors. they'll all get along. legislation will pass and flow. will we have a chance to read it? >> life without daryl issa would be hard to imagine, wouldn't it? >> what would you all do? >> what would we do? >> i want to ask specifically about the race between -- and mattison because he's certainly the most vulnerable democrat in the country. what about the campaign has been retooled and what about it needed to be retooled. >> not going to get into all of the specifics in a race, but i would say this -- that she is a very dynamic, impressive individual. a wonderful mother who served her community as mayor. i think the country saw her in the brief moment in that convention and they loved her. and she's been a successful fundraiser. she's outraced him the last quarter 2-1, basically. so she's on a solid tr
. thank you so much for waking up with us. >> we do so with a fox news alert out of the philippines. reports that the death toll from one of the most powerful typhoons on record could reach well 10,000 people. at this show hour 10,000 are fe dead. >> translator: i'm looking for my grandmother, mother and child. >> there's no radio, no television. the devastation is -- i don't have the words for it. it's really horrific. >> the u.n. says 2.5 million people are in need of food aid in the area there and unicef estimates there's 1.5 million children who could be affected by this. coming up we'll have a live report from that devastated area and hear from aid workers what the crisis looks like. >>> on to another fox news alert, police in texas are on the hunt for two suspects after a gunman goes on a deadly rampage at a massive house party. two are dead. 16 others wounded. it happened just before midnight in a suburb near houston. dozens of people mostly teenagers were at the house when the gunfire rang out. >> it was chaos. just chaos. i heard between five and ten gun shots, and, you kno
across the u.s. is expected to affect holiday travel for 43 million people - the system carrying heavy rain, snow and sleet. hundreds of flights have been cancelled. >> new details about the sandy hook elementary school shooting. it shows that adam lanza was obsessed with violence and video games, there's no motive for the attack >> a plan to lay out a roadmap for syria is set for january 27th. it's not clear if they or the opposition will attend. conditions have been dropped that bashar al-assad step down as a condition for the talks. >> afghan hamid karzai will not sign a security pact about the u.s. until new conditions are met. u.s. officials said without agreement all american troops may be withdrawn by next year. >> those are the headlines. get the latest on aljazeera.com. "america tonight" is up next. left with more questions than answers. also tonight, she's the teen queen of the ring. the 85-pound boxer who is knocking down stereotypes. >>> and getting fresh fruits and vegetables to people living in a food desert, a green machine, a healthy twist on fast foods. >> we stripped
a bus. the da added the enhancement of a hate crime. surveillance video shows thomas using a lighter to set an 18-year-old on fire as he slept in the back of a bus earlier this week. his legs were severely burned in the incident and he's currently listed in stable condition. the mother told the oakland tribune that her son often wore a skirt and identified as gender neutral. >>> we have new details tonight in the case of a two week old baby boy taken from a sunnyvale home. the boy's father is accused of kidnapping him. he is jailed near tucson awaiting extradition to california. he was arrested last night after crossing into mexico. the newborn baby is said to be in good condition and in the custody of arizona child protective services. the boy's mother says he vanished tuesday night after the couple had a fight over moving out of state. >>> they expect to take a suspect wanted for rape into custody sometime soon. a female student came forward yesterday to report she was sexually assaulted early monday afternoon in a campus restroom and she knew her attacker. she was taken to the hos
contact with people and the equipment used to measure the wind. more than 125,000 people have been evacuated from towns and villages in the typhoon's path. visibility so poor, only silhouettes can be seen through the thick curtain of water. the storm will maintain super typhoon strength despite weakening slightly as it passes over land. >> a couple things to talk about if you are wondering what is difference between a typhoon and hurricane. this is a major hurricane, if it was hitting the u.s. the storm is edging its way into the south china sea. could make land fall there as a category 3 storm. one thing to note, the answer is yes, often, the rain fall from these remnant typhoons will work all the way around the pacific ocean and actually be some of the rain fall we get here on the west coast. if it's raining in a couple weeks, it may be from this storm. i'll have our local forecast in a few minutes. >>> local communities are already bracing for the worst. reps with the community center in san francisco are telling us tonight they tend to take a proactive stance when it comes to
ricky spoke to us by phone. >> so trees are moving. different directions. >>reporter: he says thousands are sheltered in schools. mau mauls and the city sports aren arena. forecasters say the storm surge could reach 23 feet along the coast. >> extremely scary. >>reporter: back in daly city she has been talking about her parents by skype. >> i have been trying to contact them for hours and it has been really hard. >>reporter: her parents e-mai e-mailed this mother just before the storm hit. >> we are waiting for more. >>reporter: authorities are expecting catastrophic damage and more casualty. allen, is abc 7 news. >> monster storm. sandhya is tracking the storm and live with live doppler 7hd staggering how large it is. >> 300 miles wide check out our radar super typhoon right now. as you look here the eye of the storm very large when it made land fall and it made multiple land fall since. wind 185 miles an hour gusting to 225 it has weaken some. it will continue with category 5 tomorrow morning as it continue also across the philippines. eventually making another land fall in v
compare that to super storm sandy, sandy was a category three when it hit cuba and two when it cost the u.s. east coast. this is a category five and only because there are no categories above five. it is just huge. only three official reports of death but it's hard to get information from these hard-hit areas. communications are still cut to many of those regions. several aviation authorities haven't been able to make contact with their counterparts in these hard-hit areas. in fact, for about five hours, in the last message they got from one of the airports badly hit a text that said airport ruined, need assistance. 25 million people in its path. >> you got to know a storm of this magnitude was on its way. what about evacuation? were they able to get a lot of people out of those areas? >> the laugh few days, we had warnings that the storm was coming and that it was going to be big. so people did heed those warnings and get into evacuation centers. the fact is the philippines has some very physical problems with infrastructure. there are reports coming out of one of the areas that was hit fr
, thanks for being with us, i'm joie chen. on veterans day we honor those who serve our nation, a day off, parades. but beyond tonight, we ask some tough questions about defense department decisions that leave some vets abandoned and fearful for their own futures. in an in-depth investigation we probe the plight of americans, our america tonight exclusive report from correspondent sheila macvicar. >> this is iraq. are you can see his big teeth there, big smile right there, that was before his accident in iraq. >> jerald jensen joined the army when he was 34. much older than the average recruit. he was called to duty by 9/11, says his wife robin and deployed to iraq in 2006. sergeant jensen was the driver for a commander in his unit and by all accounts he was an exemplary soldier. in the fall of 2007 jensen's patrol was attacked, an explosive ripped through his huh hum vee, drove away from the attack saving his commander. that incident brought him a purple heart. >> you can see the stitching and then it goes all the way around. this was two months after that. and you can see he's had anoth
taylor from st. vincent arch abbey, letreau, pennsylvania. the chaplain: let us pray. e stand before you, o holy god, conscious of our sinfulness but aware that we gather in your name. come to us, remain with us, and enlighten our hearts. give us light and strength to know your will, to make it our own, and to live it in our lives. guide us by your wisdom, support us by your power, for you are god, our god, the holy god. you desire justice for all. enable taos uphold the rights of others. o not allow us to be misled by ignorance or corrupted by fear or favor. unite us to yourself in the bond of love and keep us faithful to all that is true as we gather in your name, may we temper justice with love, so that all our discussions and reflections may be pleasing to you and earn the reward promised to good and faithful servants. we ask this of you who live and reign forever and ever. men. the speaker pro tempore: the chair has examined the journal of the last day's proceedings and announces to the house his approval thereof. pusuant to clause 1 of rule 1, the journal stands approve the pledge
>>> good morning everyone. thanks so much for being with us on this saturday morning. it's 5:00 a.m. and i'm katie marzullo. we have a quick look at the weather with meteorologist with lisa. >> the big story is the wind, a regular flag warning in effect for parts of the north bay. 22 miles an hour oakland hills and up to 30 miles an hour around knoxville creek, so this is where we are looking at dangerous conditions. the dew point right now in santa rosa is at 8 so we have dry fuels, low relative humidity, temperatures range from the upper 30s to the low 60s right now. throughout the afternoon we'll be looking at numbers in the 50s and 60s and that wind it can to ease throughout the afternoon and a cooler night will be in store, maybe some patchy frost but we have some good news, rain will return to the bay area. we'll have a look at that seven-day outlook coming up. >>> we begin with breaking news in sue knoll, interstate 680 is moving again after a fatal accident early this morning. the highway patrol lifted a special traffic advisory about 90 minutes ago after three northbound
or checkbook until you're ready to use them. have your keys in your hand when you get to your car. >>> a growing number of walmart employees say they just can't survive on the wages the world's largest retailer is paying them. many of the stores employees are protesting. what's up? >> reporter: you can see that protest is still going strong right here. that street actually just cleared a few minutes ago, but about 20 minutes ago five protesters were arrested here after hundreds took to the street shutting it down in front of the store. we are told they are being cited and expected to be released. that street has been cleared out. you can see the protesters are still out here in force on the sidewalks. protesters say the start of the holiday shopping season, black friday, is the perfect time to make sure the world knows walmart isn't paying them a living wage. it is part of a nationwide movement. protests were planned for 1500 walmart locations today. workers and their supporters want the company to play their employees a minimum of $25,000 annually. >> workers need at least 25,000
the schools in this district. >> reporter: the report conducted by the u.s. departm t department's office for civil rights says groping, grabbing and sandwiching females between male students and up against lockers are common. and even at the elementary school level, unwelcomed sexual touching often takes place. >> our schools should be able to go to school and expect they can focus on math, they can focus on science, they do not need to focus on worrying about whether somebody will grope the students in hallway. >> we're not denying these things. we're remedying these problems. >> reporter: district officials have been working hard since 2009 to correct the problems. schools now have surveillance cameras, allowing staff to constantly monitor behavior. and sexual harassment training has been beefed up. >> we're not putting our head in the sand and not addressing. we're taking proactive steps to remedy the horrors of the past. >> reporter: but federal investigators say much more needs to be done. district officials insist they're committed to taking the needed steps to make their schools s
's nuclear talks. we are live with phil itner. can you tell us about the latest round of meeting. what are the issues on the table right now? >> well, morgan, it's hard to say exactly what the issues are on the table or what the negotiation pieces are because much of the meetings are held behind closed doors. we believe on the iranian side of things that there's an offer to decrease their level of uranium enrichment, the pelty of putting a cap on the center fuges that are used in the program and increasing transparency. what would the west give in return - perhaps some easing of sanctions on the sale of oil, and also, perhaps, releasing some of the frozen bank accounts held by iranian officials in foreign bank accounts. it must be stressed, again, these are held behind closed doors, and while we know the talks are intensive, we don't know what is on the table yet. >> thank you phil. we appreciate you being with us this morning. it's been 100 days since the election of iran's president tsunami. many have blamed him for the outlift in the shift to the west. we travelled to an iranian cit
an answer to the question, is football fundamentally good or bad for us? secondarily, how should it be reformed, which is what it became about. >> alter the book, i noticed to get some strong personal opinions. i want to read one. this is in the middle of a paragraph -- what brought all that on in one paragraph? >> congratulations for being able to pronounce "oleaginous." you are in a small minority, knowing that word. that is in a section, a chapter where i ask whether football has become a cult. you see some evidence of this presented in the book. i am talking about coaches, coaches who have become revered figures in american life. in some cases, justifiably. for instance, if all men were like tony dungy, the world would be a better place. i think coaches have become substitute father figures for a lot of american society. we don't believe in politicians anymore, businessmen, clergy, intellectuals, etc. coaches still seem like people who practice tough love. they seem like a good father would be. i think that has a lot to do with their high standing in society. >> you start out
panel for joining us today. on that, we're adjourned and thank you so much. before a house science panel that's next on c-span2. and national scurry adviser susan rice warned last week that china's use of cyber ease espionage is undermining economic -- a look at cybersecurity later. then a conversation on the defense challenges facing the u.s. military. .. epa administrator gina mccarthy said earlier this month that environmental policies and regulations that affect the lives of americans need to be grounded in quality and transparent science. she testified before the house science committee which is chaired by congressman lamar smith of texas. [inaudible conversations] >> the committee on science space technology will come to order. welcome everyone to today's hearing entitled strengthening transparency and accountability within the environmental protection agency. i'm going to recognize myself for five minutes for an opening statement and then i will recognize the ranking member for hers. the environmental protection agency like every other governmental institution should answer
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